Tamoxifen 20 20mg 10 pills

Tamoxifen 20 20mg 10 pills

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What is tamoxifen?

estrogen, a feminine hormone, is inhibit in its activities. Estrogen is require for the growth of certain kinds of breast cancer.
Tamoxifen 20 is a drug that is use to treat breast cancer in both men and women.
Tamoxifen is also use to reduce the risk of breast cancer in women who are at high risk (such as a family history of breast cancer)

Tamoxifen 20 20mg 10 pills.

Tamoxifen inhibits estrogen receptors, it has an estrogen-like effect. Tamoxifen is widely use in bodybuilding, because it prevents a number of side effects from most steroids. Therefore, the use of tamoxifen on PCT, especially for heavy courses is almost mandatory. Athletes believe that no victory is possible without Tamoxifen.

Tamoxifen citrate is a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM). This drug is widely use in the world’s medicine as a treatment against breast cancer. Instead that tamoxifen citrate SERM, bodybuilders take it also as an anti-estrogen and as a triphenylethylene. Selective Estrogen receptor modulators act as estrogen receptor agonists or antagonists in a tissue-selective manner. The main reason why it is use by athletes is that it will help prevent gynecomastia. Tamoxifen citrate does this by competing behind the receptor in the breast tissue, and bindings to it. This is the mean which act as Tamoxifen citrate (Nolvadex) and the estrogen receptor blockade of the breast tissue .Those bodybuilders / athletes who take tamoxifen citrate as an anti-estrogen supplement  remember that this is not the most effective auxiliary formulation, but it is given that safes.

Tamoxifen citrate does not actually reduce estrogen in the human body, but it blocks estrogen from the estrogen receptors and, in those tissues where it is an antagonist, causes the receptor to do nothing. The use of Tamoxifen Citrate has a positive effect on the functionality of the immune system, and also on the lipid profile , Both on HDL and LDL. Tamoxifen citrate is select Often in therapy after the cycle.

What is hormone receptor-positive breast cancer?

Breast cancer tumors that are hormone receptor-positive need the hormones estrogen or progesterone (or sometimes both) to grow. Approximately 75% of breast cancers are hormone-positive in post-menopausal patients. Your healthcare provider will perform a biopsy and laboratory testing to determine the cancer type and most effective treatment.

How does tamoxifen work?

Tamoxifen is a type of hormonal therapy known as a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM). The drug attaches to hormone receptors (specific proteins) in breast cancer cells. Once the medication is inside the cells, it stops the cancer from accessing the hormones they need to multiply and grow.

Who should use tamoxifen?

Tamoxifen can help women and men with hormone receptor-positive breast cancer. The drug can lower the risk of breast cancer in:

  • Women who are high-risk of breast cancer due to a family history of disease or mutated (changed) breast cancer (BRCA) genes.
  • Women and men who have already been diagnosed with breast cancer to prevent recurrence (return) of cancer, including:
    • Development of breast cancer in the opposite, untreated breast.
    • Recurrence of breast cancer following surgery, chemotherapy or radiation therapy.

Your doctor will determine if tamoxifen is right for you.

How effective is tamoxifen?

Millions of people have used tamoxifen to prevent or treat breast cancer. The drug may lower the risk of:

  • Breast cancer in the opposite breast by 50%.
  • Breast cancer recurrence in premenopausal women by 30% to 50%.
  • Breast cancer recurrence in postmenopausal women by 40% to 50%.
  • Initial breast cancer diagnosis by up to 40%.
  • Invasive breast cancer after the diagnosis of early-stage, noninvasive breast cancer (ductal carcinoma in situ or DCIS) by up to 50%.

What are the other benefits of taking tamoxifen?

In addition to lowering the risk of breast cancer and cancer recurrence, tamoxifen:

  • Prevents bone loss (osteoporosis) after menopause.
  • Lowers cholesterol levels.

How do you take tamoxifen?

You must take tamoxifen daily by mouth, preferably at the same time each day. The drug comes in two forms:

  • Nolvadex® pill.
  • Soltamox® liquid.

How long should you take tamoxifen?

Most people take tamoxifen or other hormone therapy for at least five years and sometimes up to 10 years. Treatment length depends on the features of your cancer diagnosis.

Your healthcare provider may recommend taking tamoxifen for five years and then switching to different hormone therapy for several more years.

What are the side effects of taking tamoxifen?

Side effects of tamoxifen may include:

  • Menopause-like symptoms, including hot flashes, night sweats and vaginal dryness.
  • Weight gain (more common) or fluid retention (edema).
  • Irregular or loss of menstrual periods.
  • Leg swelling.
  • Nausea.
  • Vaginal discharge.
  • Skin rash.
  • Erectile dysfunction .
  • Fatigue.
  • Headaches.

What are the risks of taking tamoxifen?

Rarely, tamoxifen may cause serious problems such as:

  • Blood clots, deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and strokes.
  • Cataracts or other eye problems.
  • Endometrial (uterine) cancer

Is it safe to take tamoxifen during pregnancy?

Tamoxifen may cause birth defects. You shouldn’t take the medication if you’re pregnant or planning to become pregnant. To prevent pregnancy, talk to your healthcare provider about nonhormonal birth control options. (Hormonal contraceptives can fuel the growth of hormone-positive breast cancer). You’ll need to use contraception while taking tamoxifen and for two months after you stop the medication.

What other medications lower breast cancer risk?

Other medications that can reduce the risk of breast cancer include:

  • Raloxifene (Evista®) is another type of SERM that blocks estrogen receptors on breast cancer cells. Unlike tamoxifen, this drug is only approved for postmenopausal women and is not associated with increased risk of endometrial (uterine) cancer. It may lower the risk of invasive breast cancer by nearly 40%.
  • Aromatase inhibitors, including anastrozole (Arimidex®) and exemestane (Aromasin®), can lower estrogen levels in postmenopausal women.

When should I call the doctor?

You should call your healthcare provider if you’re taking tamoxifen and experience:

  • Chest pain or shortness of breath.
  • Fever.
  • Signs of stroke, including slurred speech, blurred vision or sudden numbness in the legs, arms or face.
  • Swelling in the legs, ankles or feet.
  • Uncontrolled vomiting.

A note from Cleveland Clinic

Tamoxifen is a highly effective breast cancer treatment. It may significantly lower your risk of breast cancer recurrence or invasive breast cancer. People who are at high risk for breast cancer may take tamoxifen to reduce their chances of getting the disease. Your healthcare provider can discuss whether tamoxifen or another form of hormone therapy is right for you.

Nolvadex (Tamoxifen Citrate) FactsReception Features

On PСT, tamoxifen is recommend to combine with aromatase inhibitors, for example, Proviron. Tamoxifen is use in an amount of 20 mg daily, not more. Admission starts on the last week of the select steroid course. It is recommend to stop taking Tamoxifen after 2 weeks from the end of the steroid course. If Proviron was not taken, then Tamoxifen will be include a little later.

INFORMATION FOR THE PATIENT ON THE PACKAGE LEAFLET
10 mg and 20 mg tablets of tamoxifen (Tamoxifen Citrate)
Before beginning to use this medication, carefully read this entire leaflet since it contains crucial information for you.
• Save this brochure. You might want to read it once more.
This medication has been prescribed specifically for you, so contact your doctor or pharmacist if you have any additional questions. Don’t spread it to others. Even if they exhibit the same symptoms as you, it could be harmful to them.
Discuss any adverse effects you have with your doctor or pharmacist. This covers any potential adverse effects that aren’t included in this leaflet. Look at part 4.
What this booklet contains:
What is tamoxifen and how is it used? 2.

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